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Old 28-10-2002, 11:58 AM
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Microsoft soon to become the leading Smartphone Platform

Well, this is according to the following piece of "information" from ITWEEK. The article can be found here.
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My 7 year old niece could write a better and more objective arictle about the SVP!

Ohh! And the bit about O2 offering two new services for the XDA!

O2, what about MMS first!

Pathetic!
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The article doesn't really give much. Based on it I wouldn't buy the phone. ITWeek doesn't even mention 7650!

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In IT Week Labs tests we found the SPV easy to use, though battery life is shorter than that of a standard phone

I liked this and this:

The much anticipated Symbian-based Sony Ericsson P800 will have to deliver a compelling set of features if it is to offer a realistic alternative.

I think the SonyEricsson did quite a good move delayng the launch of this model. What do ya think?
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